Quickdraw is a simple tool for timed drawing exercises based on reference photos.
It's an easy way to do things like 30-second gesture drawings.
It's currently only available for Windows, but I'll port it to Mac/Linux eventually.
If you don't see the editor window, click the Configure button. In the editor window, click the
Add Images button and add all of the images you'd like to use for the exercise.
You can set the length of time per image, whether images will be shown randomly or in order, and you
can tell the program to play a short sound at a specific time during the countdown.
If you have your exercise set to Randomize, QuickDraw will keep track of which
images you've already seen and won't show them until it has gone through the entire list. This information is part of your
saved file, so you can close the program and reopen it later and it still won't show repeats.
Everything in the editor window is saved as part of your save file so you can have separate files for exercises of different lengths.
The current state of your editor window is also saved when you quit.
The next time you start the program, everything will be the way you left it even if you didn't save.
You can reset the counter in the main window by double-clicking it.
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